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Next to plastic bags and containers, plastic bottle tops are one of the top polluters of the oceans and environment. Find out about an innovative new use for plastic tops and how you can get involved.

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Koala

Keep your little wildlife lovers happy and active these spring school holidays with our comprehensive list of nature/wildlife activities and events.

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Catspaws and Enamel Orchid

Conservation status and taxonomic changes were recently made to a number of Queensland flora species. Find out more.

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BRTW and swamp wallaby

Wildlife Queensland’s BTRW project camera monitoring surveys have been running for 45 days and are showing some interesting activity patterns of wallabies at our study site.

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Quoll detection team find scat

University students Stan and Jessica discuss what it was like to be a part of Wildlife Queensland’s Student Placement Program.

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Wildlife Australia magazine

Subscribe to Wildlife Australia between 25 August – 1 September and receive a FREE Batty Boat Cruise family voucher (2 adults + 3 kids) worth $100*! T&Cs apply.

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Wildlife Queensland’s PlatypusWatch has been conducting observational and eDNA surveys in the greater Brisbane region over the past 4 years to gather much-needed platypus distribution and abundance data.

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Early Bird Prize

Book your Early Bird tickets to the WPSQ Annual Dinner 2019 by 31 August and go into the draw to WIN a Dymocks voucher worth $100!

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Reusable produce bags

Are you ready to make #plasticfreejuly become your #plasticfreeeveryday? Here’s how our Plastic Free July Competition winners are reducing plastic waste and inspiring others to do the same.

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Quoll traps

WPSQ’s projects team has been spending time in the bushland and hilltops of the Flinders-Goolman Conservation Estate and surrounding private properties, in search of two of Queensland’s threatened species – the brush-tailed rock wallaby and spotted-tailed quoll.

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